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Delta initialisation error


I am running one process chain in development system.I am running this after longtime.It gave error with one local chain saying that --'Process Execute Infopackage' has status ended with errors.

I went into that local chain and chain is yellow at one process -'Load Data' and not going forward-I checked messages-'No successful initialisation of delta update took place'--

I checked the particular ODS...It has data until Feb this year.....The infopackage settings are -Initialisation with data transfer.

1.How can I proceed to run the chain successfully?

2.If I have to do delta initialisation,do I go into infopackage and just schedule it?or Do I choose 'Initialisation without data transfer'?and then run chain again from beginning?

3.Do I have to delete data in ODS,then do delta initialisation with data transfer and then run process chain?

Can anybody explain step by step?Thanks alot.

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2011 at 02:21 PM


    First check whether there is already initialization done in DSO from source. This you can check from going to infopackage then in scheduler tab select u201Cinitialization from source systemu201D in case there is already a request then you need not do the initialization again. Just change the IP in chain to delta and it would run fine.

    In case there is a request with incorrect status in the initialization option then delete it. Then either do initialization with data transfer (to set initialization status and fetch entire data) or you can do initialization without data transfer and the do a full repair to get the data to DSO. You can mark a request as full repair by going to IP  scheduler tab  repair full request and tick the check box.

    Keep the IP in chain as delta update so that only the delta is fetched next time. There is no need to keep the IP in chain to option u201Cinitialization with data transferu201D. Then your chain will run fine


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    Posted on Sep 13, 2011 at 02:27 PM


    Your IP failed because it doesn't have successful initialization.lets say your date flow is Data source --> ODS

    follow the below steps:

    do the below steps manually

    1)open your IP in RSA1, in update tab select Intialization with out data transfer and execute the IP

    2)now load the data from Data source to ODS(after Feb data) using full load(make this request as repair full)

    3)now open your PC in planning mode

    4)change the setting of IP to delta update.

    activate the process chain.

    to continue the PC from the failed IP step, follow the below steps

    1: Go to Display messages on right click of your Process chain

    2: Go to "Chain" tab and copy "Variant" and "Instance"

    3: Go to SE11 and Select table RSPCPROCESSLOG

    4: Paste the "Variant" and "Instance" and execute it, and the value of the other fields are returned: LOG_ID, TYPE, BATCHDATE and BATCHTIME

    5: Go to SE38 and enter RSPC_PROCESS_FINISH

    6: Enter the values in the fields received from RSPCPROCESSLOG table. Additionally, make the STATE as "G‟ -> Execute(Chain will trigger further).



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